So apparently, Ichigo’s power basically surrounds him like his clothes as a “cloak of power”, both bankai and fullbring. That’s pretty cool, and Ichigo’s super fast power-ups probably save a lot of time too, but I don’t really like how he’s able to train so effortlessly. Without any instruction or practice he has suddenly mastered his new powers, including being able to manipulate the air and ground with fullbring. It just seems too convenient to give Ichigo all these powers, but it’s also good that we don’t have to go through training arcs, instead relying on past battle experience. He really is a genius, able to “get” things in a short amount of time. As a mediating factor though, he is not up to par to Tsukishima’s level yet, which obviously makes sense since he literally has had less than a day of experience using full-bring.
Of course Ichigo is hotheaded as always and attacks Tsukishima after he destroys the dollhouse, before he really knows what’s going on. His abilities are still rather unstable at the moment since he just gained them and both Chad and Ginjou intervene (with the former destroying the apartment wall), though apparently for different reasons. For now it looks like there will be some Ginjou vs. Tsukishima action and maybe they’ll show some more of their abilities aside from being able to transform objects into large swords. This is also the first time they have met since their betrayal, so some catching up between the two will be necessary too. The other fullbringers don’t seem to have that much reaction to Tsukishima’s sudden arrival however, and that could mean something. However I really can’t see fullbringers being that much stronger than shinigami, so I expect Ichigo to be able to deal with them easily in the future, whether they are good guys or bad.